Rosie Shepard is Retail Week Connect’s commercial content writer. She joined the team straight out of university in July 2019 to act as the team’s in-house writer and journalist, creating content to connect brands and retailers.
Rosie also works on Be Inspired, Retail Week’s initiative to encourage future female leaders in retail, leading on ambassador acquisition and management. She also writes about Be Inspired’s events and Senior Leadership Academy workshops, so the lessons can be learnt by all of Retail Week’s audience.
A keen traveller, Rosie has a BA Hons in History with Study Abroad from the University of Exeter, completing one year of her course at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
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